Worbla TranspArt is a transparent thermoplastic sheet but unlike regular Worbla Finest Art, Worbla TranspArt should be heated to 120C (250F), so wearing work gloves with rubberized fingers is recommended. The material cools down after a few minutes but can be reactivated as often as you like, so you can work bit by bit. It is recommended to use a wet sponge, old toothbrush, or modeling tools for sculpting. You can also cast Worbla TranspArt into molds. When kneaded the material becomes a little milky, so you can create semi-opaque effects as well such as LED-backed stones. You can paint Worbla TranspArt with spray-paint or with a thermal foil used for car detailing. It can be dyed with iDye Poly and other polyester dyes. To connect pieces or fuse layers, we recommend using clear superglue. It does not adhere to itself in the same way that regular Worbla Finest Art does.
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